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Video gallery: See how it’s done.
Below you’ll find videos of the Basic/Combinations and Forms for each belt level.
The videos are not truly instructional, since they do not outline every detail; however, they can serve as a good preview or refresher of the curriculum.
Use the curriculum sheets on our instructional materials page for written details.
These videos show official Jhoon Rhee Institute forms as of JRI Certification August 2012*. For a list of Officially Certified Schools please visit www.jhoonrhee.com/schools.html.
> White Belt Basics
> Gold Belt Combinations
> Orange Belt 12 Basic Stances
> Orange Belt 12 Basic Positions
> Green Belt Combinations
> Purple Belt Combinations
> Blue Belt Combinations
> Red Belt Combinations
Forms (Underbelt) Videos
> White Belt—Kamsah (Appreciation)
> Gold Belt—Jayoo (Freedom)
> Orange Belt—Chosang (Ancestors)
> Green Belt—Hangook (Korea)
> Purple Belt—Jung-yi (Justice)
> Blue Belt—Pyung-wa (Peace)*
> Red Belt—Meegook (America)
> 2nd Brown Belt—Might for Right-Exodus
> 1st Brown Belt – See “Musical Forms” listed below
Traditional Forms (Black Belt) Videos
> Chon-Ji (Heaven and Earth)
> Tan-Gun (Hero who founded Korea in 2334 B.C.)
> To-San (Korean patriot and educator Ahn Chang Ho)
> Won-Hyo (Noted monk who introduced Buddhism to the Silla Dynasty in 686 A.D.)
> Yul-Guk (Pseudonym for philosopher and scholar Yi I, also known as the Confucius of Korea)
> Chung-Gun (Korean Patriot who was martyred in prison in 1910)
> Toi-Gye (Pen name of noted scholar Yi Hwang)
> Hwa-Rang (Youth Group who helped unify the three kingdoms of Korea)
> Chung-Mu (Korean Admiral who invented the first armored submarine battleship)
> Kwang-Gae (19th King of the Ko Ku Ryo Dynasty)
> Po-Eun (Scholar Mong Ju Chung, a faithful public servant of the King during the Koryo Dynasty)
> Gae-Baek (Army General at the end of the Bak Je Dynasty)
> Chasin – Modern Jhoon Rhee Form (Confidence)
Musical Forms Videos
*This video shows a slightly older version of Pyung-wa (prior to the 2012 Certification). Specific changes to this form are reviewed in class.
> How to Tie Your Belt
> Black Belt Speech- “What Jhoon Rhee TKD Has Done For Me”
> Master Shackelford- 1989 Competition Form
> Team Jhoon Rhee- Team Demonstration (2016)
> Master Shackelford- Tournament Hilights 1987-2000
> 3rd Dan Black Belt Speech- “What My Contribution to Jhoon Rhee TKD Has Been”